The University of Denver offers an Executive Transportation Management Master’s Degree designed to develop the next generation of leaders in the global transportation industry. This practice-based degree harnesses the powerful combination of high-caliber academic programming—delivered by accomplished practitioners and traditional faculty members—and insight from a board of directors composed of transportation industry leaders, ensuring the most relevant course content.
The program prepares leaders and managers in the transportation, supply-chain management, and logistics industries to become increasingly agile, integrative, and collaborative in their approach as the industry becomes more intermodal and interdependent. Throughout the program, students will learn to effectively address the wide-ranging management and business challenges facing the transportation industry while gaining an understanding of the broad range of transportation modes available to meet these challenges.
By earning a Master's of Science in Intermodal Transportation Management from the Transportation Institute at the University of Denver, a top 100 university as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, students will join a group of distinguished program alumni who have gone on to play pivotal roles in the transportation industry. Enrolled students will be able to work full-time from anywhere while earning their graduate degree as the transportation degree is a six-day, on campus residency held each quarter for five consecutive quarters (fall, winter, spring, summer, fall).
This structure makes the program viable for working professionals throughout the US and abroad who seek a master’s degree in transportation while developing skills in supply-chain management, transportation management, and logistics. Degree-seeking students will develop a keen awareness of the local, national, and international impact of an intermodal transportation system, as they are prepared to take on the challenges of an increasing globalization affecting the movement of people and goods through transportation.